Bicycle delivery drivers: prevention prevented

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As part of its prevention mission, INRS has set up a Watch and Foresight Mission which is interested in the transformations of work in order to anticipate the associated health and safety issues.

In this respect, in 2016-2017 it conducted a foresight exercise entitled “Platformisation 2027”. The objective of which was to explore the potential consequences of the development of uberisation on occupational health and safety.  A watch on this subject was then set up to ensure a follow-up of these questions.

The results of this activity have been recently presented at the Conference “Uberization and workers’ health: Multidisciplinary analyses of delivery workers’ work”, Paris, 5 November 2021.

The article can be found here.

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Marc Malenfer
INRS
marc.malenfer@inrs.fr

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